More than just an eyesore, the Marble Arch Mound is a prime example of why you can’t have your cake and eat it too.
As more and more alternative providers look to impact an increasingly crowded UK telecommunications market, there is a growing danger that they won’t be able to deliver on their promises.
How do efforts to revitalise and rejuvenate cities and towns ensure that they don’t exacerbate the inequalities they try to solve?
While the interconnectedness of the UK’s critical infrastructure has reaped tremendous benefit, it also poses a massive security risk – meaning a more proactive approach to cybersecurity must be a priority.
The announcement of Project Routemap is set to overhaul the way that major infrastructure projects are planned and delivered – in large part due to an increased consideration of social and environmental cost.
‘A better, greener Britain’ was announced today as part of the government’s holistic strategy to decarbonise transport which set out its grand ambition of reaching net zero across the whole system by 2050.
As the government launches the first round of the £3 million ZEFI competition, it must be asked – is technology really the way to make air travel more environmentally friendly?
Dealing with our plastics problem is important, but unless efforts demand more from producers they are doomed to be futile.
Sandra Kerr CBE, Race Director at Business in the Community spoke to WIJ about why all businesses are encouraged to take part in the latest Race at Work Survey and how we can all better tackle racial discrimination in the workplace.
PPP discusses with Microsoft and Hexagon how smart approaches to creating policy and implementing technology can help the public overcome its apprehensions towards AI.
While the UK government has done an excellent job of raising awareness for its current campaign to combat climate change, a recent CCC report indicates that these new measures are not ambitious or farsighted enough.
The Government's official response to the Dasgupta review is extremely encouraging, but it is only the first step on a very long road towards sustainable infrastructure.
The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee has called on the government to re-think its planning reform after finding it was ‘unpersuaded’ by the new approach.
Ofgem are due to invest £300 million to triple the number of ultra-rapid charging points for electric vehicles – a timely announcement given growing concerns with the practicalities of owning an electric vehicle (EV).
The potential of cloud technologies is being weighed down by security concerns, a lack of focus on external support, and the absence of a culture of innovation.